Fire, Ice and Dynamite
Fire, Ice and Dynamite (German original title Feuer, Eis und Dynamit) is a German feature length sports film directed by Willy Bogner in 1990. It a sequel to Fire and Ice. The screenplay was written by Tony Williamson, based on an original story by Willy Bogner.
|Fire, Ice and Dynamite|
Theatrical release poster by Renato Casaro
|Directed by||Willy Bogner|
|Produced by||Willy Bogner|
|Written by||Tony Williamson|
|Story by||Willy Bogner|
Connie de Groot
|Music by||Harold Faltermeyer|
|Edited by||Peter Davies|
|Distributed by||Neue Constantin Film|
|Budget||$21.5 million DM|
The plot functions primarily as link between the stunt action scenes which mainly deal with skiing like in Fire and Ice. It also contains heavy product placement (for example, VW released a special edition of the Golf MK II named "Fire & Ice" which featured some special equipment details like the seat covers being said to be designed by Bogner himself).
Roger Moore plays an entrepreneur who is in debt with many companies. After faking his death by apparent suicide by jumping out of a plane, his children and several companies participate in several sporting events (skiing, rafting, bobsled etc.) for his $135 million estate - winner takes all. Additionally, a family of villains tries to get to the money.
Lions Gate has yet to release the film onto DVD. A PAL DVD release under the German title does exist, however. Prism Leisure released the film on DVD in 2002, on a 2 Disc/4 DVD disc compilation consisting of Merchant of Death, Musketeers Forever, Fire Ice & Dynamite and Paradise Lost.
- Roger Moore - Sir George Windsor
- Simon Shepherd - Alexander
- Geoffrey Moore - Dudley Windsor
- Shari Belafonte - Serena
- Uwe Ochsenknecht - Victor, the Villain
- Connie de Groot - Lucy White
- Marjoe Gortner - Dan Selby
- Stefan Glowacz - as himself
- Robby Naish - as himself
- John Eaves - as himself
- Jochen Schweizer - as himself
- Bob Goody - Kromer
- Steven Lee - ski stunt